Loïc Mallié

French organist Loïc Mallié studied with Catherine Ortmans and Pierre Froment at Rennes Conservatoire, later at Paris Conservatoire where one of his teachers was none other than Olivier Messiaen. He graduated in harmony, counterpoint, fugue, improvisation and organ. Loïc Mallié is also a law graduate. He has won several major international improvisation competitions : Lyon (1977 & 1979, respectively piano and organ) and Chartres (1982).

He teaches composition and improvisation at Lyon Conservatoire Supérieur and at Musikene in San-Sebastián.

Before being appointed organist at Saint-Pothin Church (Lyon) in 1989, he shared the organ chair à Saint-Pierre de Neuilly with Jean-Claude Henry for 15 years. He was appointed at la Trinité Church (Paris).

His compositions for organ, piano, orchestra, choir, as well as chamber music, are published at Éditions Lemoine, Billaudot, Notissimo.



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